Get a fast and affordable chest X ray at CareWell Urgent Care.
When you need a chest X ray, you likely want to get it fast. A chest X ray is usually used to diagnose a lot of uncomfortable and serious medical conditions – from broken ribs and chest pain to a persistent cough or fluid in the lungs.
But in all likelihood, if you go to the emergency room for an X ray, you’ll end up waiting for hours. Even though you may consider your condition serious, the emergency room is often full of people with even more dire medical needs.
A chest X ray at CareWell Urgent Care is different. We don’t treat life-threatening emergencies, so you’ll never be a second priority in our clinics. We are able to see most patients in as little as 15 minutes, and our facilities are equipped with urgent care X ray machines, EKG test equipment and other state-of-the-art technology to let us treat you more efficiently so you can get a diagnosis quickly.
What to expect from a chest X ray at CareWell Urgent Care.
While you can get a chest X ray anytime at a CareWell walk in clinic, you’ll get even faster service if you call ahead for an appointment. We’ll have a private X ray room set up and ready to go when you arrive, helping to make your experience more pleasant and less stressful. Our waiting rooms are designed to be quiet spaces with soft lighting – a sharp contrast to the harsh environments of most emergency rooms. And our warm, welcoming staff will do everything possible to keep you comfortable during your visit.
We offer 17 urgent care center locations throughout Eastern Massachusetts and in Warwick, Rhode Island, and our facilities are open seven days a week to better meet your urgent care needs. The next time you need a chest X ray, calling CareWell first will ensure you receive a more timely, pleasant and convenient medical experience.
Beyond a chest X ray: complete urgent care services.
While CareWell is a great place to come for a chest X ray, we also provide a wide range of ER or urgent care services, including treatment for:
- Colds, flu and other viruses.
- Non-life-threatening accidents and injuries.
- Allergic reactions.
- Children’s urgent care needs.
- Health screenings and vaccinations, including flu shots.
- Routine physical exams for everything from general wellness to insurance requirements.
- Occupational health services.
- Care for travelers who may need medical attention while away from home.